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Apology is not about saying I'm sorry, but it is about the meaning you put behind the apology and admitting that you are the wrong part. ~ Unarine Ramaru
Admitting Faults quotes by Unarine Ramaru
It's easier to say, "I don't remember" when you're wrong. ~ Anthony Liccione
Admitting Faults quotes by Anthony Liccione
If we misread the blueprint of our life, we need not be ashamed of backtracking on our chosen options. Admitting to mistakes may make us human and maybe great again. ("Sisyphus' hardship on the hill") ~ Erik Pevernagie
Admitting Faults quotes by Erik Pevernagie
He'd always been willing to confess his faults, for, by admitting them, it was as if he made them no longer exist. ~ Truman Capote
Admitting Faults quotes by Truman Capote
Our government needs the church, because only those humble enough to admit they're sinners can bring democracy the tolerance it requires to survive ~ Ronald Reagan
Admitting Faults quotes by Ronald Reagan
Sometimes it's harder to say sorry, then it is to say goodbye. ~ Michelle Blanchard
Admitting Faults quotes by Michelle Blanchard
Sometimes the hardest thing is admitting you were wrong. It's hard to say you need to be forgiven. ~ Jane Casey
Admitting Faults quotes by Jane Casey
I spent the past two years fearing the worst, that I chose safe arms to hold me when his arms weren't the arms I longed to be in, nor were they really safe. I thought it's what I deserved. I thought I couldn't belong in the arms I wanted to really hold me. ~ Andrea Michelle
Admitting Faults quotes by Andrea Michelle
What a man dares to do, he should dare to confess- unless he is a coward. ~ Rafael Sabatini
Admitting Faults quotes by Rafael Sabatini
You told me to tell the truth, and this is exactly why I didn't want to. You want me to think I'm selfish."
"I want you to own your thoughts and actions, and not be afraid of them. Accepting your limitations is every bit as important as embracing your strengths. ~ Dawn Jayne
Admitting Faults quotes by Dawn Jayne
They may already know too much about their mother and father
nothing being more factual than divorce, where so much has to be explained and worked through intelligently (though they have tried to stay equable). I've noticed this is often the time when children begin calling their parents by their first names, becoming little ironists after their parents' faults. What could be lonelier for a parent than to be criticized by his child on a first-name basis? ~ Richard Ford
Admitting Faults quotes by Richard Ford
We can stop picking on ourselves for picking on ourselvesWe can cherish ourselves and our lives. We can nuture ourselves and love ourselves. We can accept our wonderful selves, with all our faults, foibles, strong points, weak points, feelings, thoughts, and everything else. It's the best thing we've got going for us. It's who we are, and who we were meant to be. And it's not a mistake. We are the greatest thing that will ever happen to us. Believe it. It makes life much easier. ~ Melody Beattie
Admitting Faults quotes by Melody Beattie
What spreads the stench of bad conduct? It is the egoism and other 'flaws'. ~ Dada Bhagwan
Admitting Faults quotes by Dada Bhagwan
When you like someone, you like them in spite of their faults. When you love someone, you love them with their faults. ~ Hermann Hesse
Admitting Faults quotes by Hermann Hesse
He did not say, 'Define me envy', and then, when the man defined it, 'You define it ill, for the terms of the definition do not correspond to the subject defined.' Such phrases are technical and therefore tiresome to the lay mind, and hard to follow, yet you and I cannot get away from them. We are quite unable to rouse the ordinary man's attention in a way which will enable him to follow his own impressions and so arrive at admitting or rejecting this or that. And therefore those of us who are at all cautious naturally give the subject up, when we become aware of this incapacity; while the mass of men, who venture at random into this sort of enterprise, muddle others and get muddled themselves, and end by abusing their opponents and getting abused in return, and so leave the field. But the first quality of all in Socrates, and the most characteristic, was that he never lost his temper in argument, never uttered anything abusive, never anything insolent, but bore with abuse from others and quieted strife. ~ Epictetus
Admitting Faults quotes by Epictetus
Usually step one in a recovery is admitting that you have a problem. I think that's an important thing for the Republican Party to do. ~ Andrea Tantaros
Admitting Faults quotes by Andrea Tantaros
It occurs to me, lass, that I saved you from a much worse fate than I knew by rescuing you from Dumbarton and from Dougal. He would have made you a terrible husband."
"No worse than most, I expect," she said, still eyeing the crags.
"Nonsense, even I would make a better husband than Dougal, had I any wish yet to marry. You might at least admit that much."
She stiffened, thrusting her plump bosom out enticingly. "I have no desire to marry Dougal, as you ken fine," she said. "Nor do I want to marry you. You are both, albeit in different ways, equally objectionable to me as husbands."
"Now I am stung," he declared, affecting great indignation. "You have made your disapproval of me clear since you were eight years old. But, other than a too-frequent accusation of recklessness, which I dispute, what fault do you find in me?"

So sorely tempted was Lina to list his faults for him that she had to bite her tongue to keep the words from flying off it. ~ Amanda Scott
Admitting Faults quotes by Amanda Scott
We are exceptionally good at seeing the faults in others and exceptionally adept at ignoring the faults in ourselves. ~ Robert Barron
Admitting Faults quotes by Robert Barron
This was a bizarre moment: this crossing-over from a hypothetical plan to a concrete caper, giving in to what may turn out to be an utterly outlandish idea, possibly letting go of some important tether to sanity. Deciding yes: I will do this. But not deciding it 100 percent, because that wold be admitting too much to herself, about herself, that she didn't want to admit. But deciding it 95 percent, enough to take the possibly outlandish action, but not enough to believe beyond a reasonable doubt that this wasn't just a goof, a lark, but an actual non-insane plan. ~ Chris Pavone
Admitting Faults quotes by Chris  Pavone
Certain faults are necessary to the individual if he is to exist. ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Admitting Faults quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Persons in great stations have seldom their true character drawn till several years after their death. Their personal friendships and enmities must cease, and the parties they were engaged in be at an end, before their faults or their virtues can have justice done them. When writers have the least opportunities of knowing the truth, they are in the best disposition to tell it. ~ Joseph Addison
Admitting Faults quotes by Joseph Addison
Solemnity is a device of the body to hide the faults of the mind. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Admitting Faults quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Maybe that's why superheroes wore capes. Maybe they weren't capes at all, but safety blankets, like the one Aru kept at the bottom of her bed and pulled up under her chin before she went to sleep. Maybe superheroes just tied their blankies around their necks so they'd have a little bit of comfort wherever they went. Because honestly? Saving the world was scary. No harm admitting that. ~ Roshani Chokshi
Admitting Faults quotes by Roshani Chokshi
He claimed that there was no greater natural advantage in life than having an enemy overestimate your faults, unless it was to have a friend underestimate your virtues. ~ Mario Puzo
Admitting Faults quotes by Mario Puzo
Bubble: A safe space where people that don't like to be confronted with the consequences of their actions live. Often known as the perfect environment for those that are too immature to assume responsibility for their lack of realistic perception, and instead focus their energy in maintaining an image of perfection to the outside world, while hiding their real thoughts, quite usually very sadistic and selfish. Bubbles can easily blast when a small portion of truth or justified anger hits one, so people that live inside a bubble are particularly sensitive to those that tell them things they can't comprehend, even, and in particular, when such things are correlated with their immoral social behavior. And as people that live inside a bubble need the bubble as much as they fear the outside world, they often blend unrelated words with their own nonsense to keep the danger of having a bubble exploded far from sight. This includes being an hypocrite when calling one ungrateful, offending someone while calling such individual aggressive, and using negative depreciation with arguments that fit their agenda of keeping themselves within ignorance while bringing others further to that paradox. People that live in the bubble believe anything they hear but always assume that their beliefs are independent, as the bubble stops them from seeing further and admitting something they can't see or accept. Therefore, until the moment in which everyone will be happy to have a microchip attached to ~ Robin Sacredfire
Admitting Faults quotes by Robin Sacredfire
Many of the faults you see in others, dear reader, are your own nature reflected in them. As the Prophet said, "The faithful are mirrors to one another." MATHNAWI I, 1319, 1328 ~ Rumi
Admitting Faults quotes by Rumi
From my spirit's gray defeat, From my pulse's flagging beat, From my hopes that turned to sand Sifting through my close-clenched hand, From my own fault's slavery, If I can sing, I still am free. For with my singing I can make A refuge for my spirit's sake, A house of shining words, to be My fragile immortality. ~ Sara Teasdale
Admitting Faults quotes by Sara Teasdale
How pride had kept them from admitting their mistakes - and ~ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Admitting Faults quotes by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
The friend who holds up before me the mirror, conceals not my smallest faults, warns me kindly, reproves me affectionately, when I have not performed my duty, he is my friend, however little he may appear so. But if a man praises and lauds me, never reproves me, overlooks my faults, and forgives them before I have repented, he is my enemy, however much he may appear my friend. ~ Johann Gottfried Herder
Admitting Faults quotes by Johann Gottfried Herder
The acquisition of riches has been to many not an end to their miseries, but a change in them: The fault is not in the riches, but the disposition. ~ Seneca The Younger
Admitting Faults quotes by Seneca The Younger
It is easier to enrich ourselves with a thousand virtues, than to correct ourselves of a single fault. ~ Jean De La Bruyere
Admitting Faults quotes by Jean De La Bruyere
One problem with making moral compromises is that doing the right thing becomes increasingly difficult: it requires admitting that one's earlier acts were wrong. In effect, to get clean, one must first get dirtier, a step that few proved willing to take. ~ Dan McMillan
Admitting Faults quotes by Dan McMillan
He loved her beyond earth, heaven, or hell. Every moment out of her company was agony; every moment with her was the only peace he had ever known. Every touch of her hands left an imprint that ate down to his soul. He would have killed himself before admitting it to anyone. The truth was buried deep in his heart. ~ Lisa Kleypas
Admitting Faults quotes by Lisa Kleypas
There is no more reason to accuse ourselves excessively of our failings than to excuse them overmuch. He who goes overboard in self-criticism often does so in order not to suffer others' criticisms, or else does so out of a kind of vanity that wishes to make others believe that he knows how to confess his faults. ~ Madeleine De Souvre, Marquise De ...
Admitting Faults quotes by Madeleine De Souvre, Marquise De ...
But the right thing...was admitting that I couldn't possibly fully love her if my heart beat faster for someone else ~ Penelope Ward
Admitting Faults quotes by Penelope Ward
You only live once. If you don't enjoy it, it's your fault, nobody else's ~ Duncan Bannatyne
Admitting Faults quotes by Duncan Bannatyne
He who shunneth not small faults falleth little by little into greater. ~ Thomas A Kempis
Admitting Faults quotes by Thomas A Kempis
Everyone has his faults which he continually repeats: neither fear nor shame can cure them. ~ Jean De La Fontaine
Admitting Faults quotes by Jean De La Fontaine
Oh the Saint I would be if never I have erred.

It is easy to see the faults in another,
While forgetting ever that we have also stumbled. ~ Gillian Duce
Admitting Faults quotes by Gillian Duce
Most photographers would feel a certain embarrassment in admitting publicly that they carried within them a sense of wonder, yet without it they would not produce the work they do, whatever their particular field. ~ Bill Brandt
Admitting Faults quotes by Bill Brandt
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